It's another week of the Talk Back show and boy do we have a lot to talk about. With the sudden end to the shutdown last week, the bumpy roll out of the health exchanges, and a bunch of local campaigns, there's a hot topic for everyone.

On Monday, we will open the show with a quick conversation with members of the UM Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. After that, it will be open phones with, I'm sure, a fair amount of retrospection on the end of the federal shutdown.

On Tuesday, we will speak to Montana's Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl about a host of recent decisions that include campaign spending by governor Bullock and the use of dark money in state races.

On Wednesday, the future is still uncertain. I am waiting to hear back on a few invites, but if no one bites the we will have open phones.

On Thursday, we will host a Missoula city council debate between Paul Bohan and Emily Bentley who are both running for Ward 3.

On Friday, we will close out the week with another round of open phones. Hope you enjoy the shows!